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Slovenian Railways

Slovenian Railways, d. o. o. (short only Slovenian Railways; abbreviation SŽ) is a Slovenian company that is a provider of railway services and services in the country. The history of the railway in Slovenia begins on 2 June 1846, when the Graz-Celje railway line was officially opened and for the first time started a train on Slovenian soil. railway. Due to its strategic position, Slovenia was still very important for transport within Austria, and between 1841 and 1857 the Southern Railway was also built, linking the capital Vienna with Trieste. In 2006 there were 1,228 km of railway line in Slovenia, of which 330 were two-track and 898-km single-track. 503 km of the route is electrified. There are also 3,355 bridges, viaducts and culverts, 16.98 km long, and 94 tunnels and galleries totaling 37.4 km. A total of 129 additional railway stations complete the infrastructure. The whole infrastructure connects well with all parts of the country. The pictures were taken at the Lesce train station

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    • Thank you for your visit and nice comment, dear Albert…you have to really take the time to travel by train … if I would take the train by sea I would drive more than 2 hours …. if I go by car I’m at sea in 1 hour
       

      • If I travel by train, for example from Jakarta (north of West Java) to Surabaya (the capital of East Java) then I will enjoy the trip for about 10 hours, but if I want to go to the end of East Java, to the city of Banyuwangi which has a port to go to Bali, with one transit, the total journey will take 16-17 hours by express train.
        Maybe later, after the latest Hyperloop transportation mode has been built, with a speed of 1300 km per hour, the Jakarta-Surabaya travel time can be reached in just 56 minutes.

        Of the five major islands of the 17,504 islands in Indonesia, to date, we only have railroad transportation lines only on Java and Sumatra.

  1. I think when it comes to railways there is progress all over.

    I have travelled a lot by train and the most memorable one was when I took the Amtrak train to travel from San Jose to Oxnard in the US. It traversed along the coast running into miles of sea.

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